The Cinema Snob Movie Trailer

The Cinema Snob Movie Trailer (2012)

27 September 2012 Comedy 124 mins

When small time exploitation filmmakers Craig (Brad Jones) and Neil (Jake Norvell) are denied filming permits by the snooty head of the local film commission (Ryan Mitchelle), Craig’s only option is to go undercover as a pretentious film snob. But once accepted by the group Craig finds himself thrust into a strange and deadly mystery surrounding the very secretive club.

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Cast

Brad Jones

as Craig Golightly

Jake Norvell

as Neil Hall

Zachary La Voy

as Det. Ted Adams

Ryan Mitchelle

as Dan Phillips

Sarah Lewis

as Candy

Brian Irving

as Derek Silver

Ed Glaser

as Chester

David Gobble

as Arch Keating

Brian Lewis

as Scott Bakula

Orlando Belisle

as Vladimir Jackson

Josh Sanders

as Det. Kelso

Alex Shryock

as John Doe

Kelley Bain

as Salo Girl

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 27 September 2012

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